If you’re thinking about getting pregnant, you’re probably thinking about it without knowing what it means to be pregnant.
This article is designed to help.
I’m here to share some of the myths you may be hearing.
What are the possible side effects?
Some myths that may come up are as follows: There’s a risk of miscarriage, but you can get pregnant again if you’re already pregnant The woman’s ovaries are working and she doesn’t have any eggs or sperm She may get pregnant if she has an allergic reaction to an abortion pill or other birth control pills What are some things you should know about the fetus?
The fetus has the same genetic makeup as the mother, meaning it’s genetically related to the mother.
That means it’s possible that the mother may give birth to a child with a genetic disorder, such as Down syndrome.
The mother may have some type of genetic abnormality, such a genetic defect, and if she’s not sure, her doctor may want to know about it.
If the fetus has Down syndrome, it’s not considered a risk, but the mother and her doctor must discuss it.
What about if the woman is allergic to abortion pills?
The side effects of abortion pills include: a cold